While I'm not sure what form celebration is to take place on "National Radio Day," I'm always up for bragging on my favorite form of media. This day speaks to the "method" of delivery and not, those of us who deliver it to you.
MTV signed on, on this day in 1981 with The Buggles "Video Killed The Radio Star." While all of my friends thought that was hilarious, I didn't laugh much. I'm laughing now, because MTV has pretty much stopped playing music, and I still am.
Jersey Shore fans were disheartened to learn that a potential revival may have proven nothing more than a Burger King commercial, but fear not. The GTL and meatball crew is indeed reuniting on actual TV, as E! sets up a Reunion Road Trip.
It's been a few months since we've heard anything about MTV's forthcoming 'Scream' TV series pilot, which last we heard horror master Wes Craven was in negotiations to direct. Now, MTV has officially announced that the Kevin Williamson-free adaptation of the classic meta horror tale has finally found its writers, and may soon begin pre-production toward its debut next year.
August 1, 1981 would be the day that would shape a generation and change the way we would 'look' at music forever. It was at 12:01am that a little cable channel known as Music Television was launched and the rest, as they say, would become history.
A new 'Iron Man 3' clip premiered during the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, finally previewing some of the action in Marvel's lastest superhero flick. Check out the latest footage from the new Tony Stark adventure below!